William Scott (15 February 1913 – 28 December 1989) was a British artist, known for still-life and abstract painting. He is the most internationally celebrated of 20th-century Ulster painters.
A new book on William Scott by Sarah Whitfield will be published by Tate to mark the centenary and exhibition. This will be followed by a catalogue of the exhibition produced in collaboration with the William Scott Foundation, encapsulating the tour, in its final manifestation in Belfast.
Ida Jane Tate (Walker) 1884-1924 Izella Gram Tate (Haynes) 1888-1969 Samuel Lee “Sam” Tate 1890-1977 Mary Ethel Tate (Holmes) 1892-1956 John Roland Tate 1895-1955 Dillie May Tate (Walker) 1898-1974 Gertrude Lee “Gerta” Tate (Taylor) 1901-1978. Died after January 09, 1932, probably in Kanawha, WV Parents: Preston Tate & Mary Emily Holmes
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Artwork page for ‘Mackerel on a Plate’, William Scott, 1951-2 on display at Tate St Ives. Describing his paintings, Scott said ‘I find beauty in plainness, in a conception which is precise, a simple idea which to the observer must inevitably shock and leave a concrete image on the mind.’
William Scott at Tate St Ives 26 January – 6 May 2013 To mark the centenary of his birth, Tate St Ives, The Hepworth Wakefield and the Ulster Museum, Belfast, will …
Mar 11, 2013 · William Scott, Emerald, 1971 William Scott is at Tate St Ives until 6 May 2013. Scott’s paintings of pans, fish and pears, and his still life abstractions, are simple, beautiful, tough and sensual.
William Scott at Tate St Ives Exhibition 26 January – 6 May 2013 February 2013 marks the centenary of the birth of William Scott (1913–1989). Across a career spanning six decades, Scott produced an extraordinary body of work that has secured his reputation as …
William Scott Cup and Pan Blues (framed print) £50 CUSTOM PRINT. Scott: Black Pan, Beige Cup on Brown. From £25 CUSTOM PRINT. Scott: White, Sand and Ochre. From £25 CUSTOM PRINT. Scott: Permutations Ochre. From £25 Showing 1 – 11 of 11 results for William Scott View 100. Go to Tate …
Detail from Emerald, 1971 by William Scott. Photograph: Estate of William Scott They are paintings to be treasured, and yet, in William Scott, published by the Tate to accompany the St Ives show
James Scott was born in the city of Wells, England, the youngest son of two artists, James and his brother Robert organized their father William Scott’s Centenary exhibitions at such institutions as the Tate St. Ives, Wakefield and the Ulster Museum in Belfast.
This book is a comprehensive introduction to the life and work of the important British abstract painter William Scott (1913–1989). After studying at Belfast College of Art and the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Scott began his painting career in 1946 while teaching at Bath Academy of Art, concentrating on still lifes of household objects.
A major work by the leading British painter William Scott (1913-1989) has been pledged to Tate by the artist’s sons, Robert and James Scott, to mark the centenary of his birth in 2013. The Harbour , 1952 is one of the artist’s most radical works and was a treasured painting in his own collection.
William “Scott” Starcher 2 Corinthians 5:8 Absent from the body, and present with the Lord William “Scott” Starcher, age 50, unexpectedly passed away in his sleep with his wife, Christine, by